Ron Trompert SURF on Science Mesh


Science Mesh: The federated infrastructure of sync-and-share services

Listen from the group leader of the online data services at SURF Ron Trompert what the CS3MESH4EOSC is about,



The initial implementation of the ScienceMesh platform explained

A video as a DEMO in a bundle with a document to better explain the initial implementation of the platform and its main aspects.

Guido Aben from AARNet - CS3MESH4EOSC 1st Podcast


How is Science Mesh Unlocking Scientific Collaboration? – A Podcast with Guido Aben from CS3MESH4EOSC and AARNet

CS3MESH4EOSC is kicking off its Podcast series with its very first episode, entitled “Science Mesh - Unlocking Scientific Collaboration Through a Sync and Share Interoperable Platform”, focused on the Science Mesh - a core initiative of the CS3MESH4EOSC project, which is connecting European Data within Europe and beyond.

Too easy and fair enough?


Too easy and fair enough? - Blogpost from Adam Bell (AARNet) for the Digital Preservation Coalition

The role of the Science Mesh is to provide inherently findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR) cloud data storage and collaboration tools for researchers. The outcome is for interoperable research workspaces, data movement and management between research organisations. The work package to deliver this FAIR data capability for the Science Mesh is executed by Australian, Polish and German developers, and is project managed by AARNet.

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Datacentre-less cloud for interoperability and no data sovereignty constraints: Cubbit in Science Mesh – An interview with Lorenzo Posani

Cloud computing has been revolutionizing the way small-medium enterprises (SMEs) and companies in general, use IT. SMEs are able to access high-end technology and information at an affordable cost.

Establishing trust between users based on sites federated in the Science Mesh to share resources


Establishing trust between users based on sites federated in the Science Mesh to share resources

The Science Mesh recently published a demonstration of a procedure to establish trust between users from various sites federated in the Science Mesh. It allows the users to share resources such as file and folder access or access to applications.



CS3MESH4EOSC featured in the issue of CONNECT Magazine, on Uniting European Data Services

The CS3MESH4EOSC project is delighted to announce that an article about the Science Mesh has been published in the last issue of March 2021 of CONNECT magazine!

Blogpost - Marco la Rosa


Blogpost: From endangered languages to the Science Mesh - petascale FAIR data repositories

The Science Mesh is a rich ecosystem for frictionless scientific collaboration and access to research services, where data, applications and computation are brought together to enable federated usage within and across scientific domains. The Science Mesh also encourages FAIR data practices and provides the opportunity for the user to both access to new research services, as well as contribute to the development of the Science Mesh itself. Marco La Rosa, from the Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures - (PARADISEC), The University of Melbourne and UTS has been rebuilding the core storage component of the PARADISEC archive as a foundation for their next-generation FAIR data archive. Read the blogpost from Marco below to find out more about the knowledge and tools crossing over from PARADISEC and UTS to the Science Mesh

Interview with Angelo Romasanta


Science Mesh – How to commercialise science to impact European Industry? An interview with Angelo Romasanta

“In today’s global world, generating new knowledge and turning it into new products and services is crucial to maintain and enhance the EU’s competitiveness. Transforming the results of scientific research into new commercial products is, however, a complex process involving a broad range of actors. We need to ensure that researchers and industry work closely together and maximise the social and economic benefits of new ideas” (Source: “Improving knowledge transfer between research institutions and industry across Europe”)